Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green GablesTitle of the book : Anne of Green Gables

Author : L.M.Montgomery

Genre : Realistic Fiction, Family

Rate :  ★★★☆☆

In Prince Edward Island, there lived an old lady called Marilla Cuthbert and her husband, Matthew Cuthbert. They wanted someone to help them with their farming so they decided to take orphan boy from orphanage to help them. Although, by some mistake who was standing alone in the station was the girl named Anne Shirley. Obviously, she wasn’t a boy. First, they didn’t want her because she was a girl and thought girl does no help with farming. But Matthew loved how she talks and after Marilla heard her unfortunate personal history, they decided to let her stay in their house “Green Gables” as a new family. She worked hard and helped Marilla for her job, and talked lots of things.  Anne was talkative, friendly, and loved to imagine things.

This is the story of how she grew with this nature in Green Gables.

Anne made some trouble too. When Mrs.Rachel said mean things about her, she got pretty mad and called her she is rude… Mrs.Rachel of-course become enraged but Anne did apologized. She made problems at her school too. She smashes her slate over Gilbert’s head because he called Anne’s red hair, “carrots”. Gilbert apologized many times but Anne did not forgive him. Can Anne and Gilbert become friends? 

Anne, always wanted her best friend so they went to Mrs.Barry`s house to meet her daughter, Diana. In few days, Diana became a great friend of Anne. They played together, talked together. Anne called Diana a bosom friend of hers. However, Anne made some trouble. So Mrs.Barry started to hate her and said she would never let her play with Diana forever…

This is a heartwarming great book!

Comment: This book is very realistic and I loved how lots of problems and situations happen. Anne of Green Gables is a very famous book so I want many people to read this book!!

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